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Scenic views as a fishing boat heads out in search of marlin. Image: Solmar.

What to do in Cabo San Lucas?

Where else in the world but Cabo San Lucas can you land a 600-pound marlin, play one of the world’s best golf courses, drive dune buggies along a secluded beach, or visit one of dozens of first-class spas, all within the space of a few miles?  Cabo San Lucas is naturally blessed in many ways, with a sheltered bay, beautiful beaches, abundant marine life that teems in the mineral-rich waters of the Sea of Cortez , and the incredible biodiversity of the Sierra de la Laguna mountain range that forms the spine of Baja Sur and looms just north of the city. Once known primarily as a destination for big-game fishermen and Spring Breakers, Cabo San Lucas hasRead More

The beautiful Medano Beach

Featured activities in Cabo San Lucas

Explore the Cabo San Lucas director y for more information on local companies, tour types, and sample itineraries. Art Galleries Beaches Camping Day-Trips Eco Tours Family Fun Golf Horseback Riding Nightlife Places of Interest Scuba Diving Snorkeling Shopping Spa Services Sportfishing Surfing Whale Watching Art Galleries A few artists have opened studios and galleries in town, with paintings, photography, jewelry and more on display. Browse the Cabo San Lucas directory for listings. Beaches Beach-time is a must for any visit to Cabo San Lucas. Feeling social? Join the crowds on busy Playa El Medano, where you can relax, swim, and enjoy the beach club scene . Looking for something more remote? Beaches on the Pacific side are more secluded, though not suitable for swimming due to rough surf. First-time visitors, save time for an excursion toRead More

Once a sportfishing mecca, Cabo San Lucas entertains modern-day beachgoers with snorkeling, kayaking, sunset cruises, shopping and a most lively nightlife — made all the better by the fact that the town now harbors some of Mexico’s top restaurants and even celebrity chefs. But it is, after all, all about the water (in fact, you would be remiss not to take some kind of boat-trip in order to see Cabo from the outside). Whether you are interested in ocean preservation projects or outtings on pirate ships, Cabo San Lucas can accommodate.